David Noyes is a local artist who has worked in many media, including watercolor, pastels, and pen & ink. He received a Masters of Architecture in 1979 from The Catholic University in Washington DC., then worked more than 35 years as a licensed professional architect. Prior to that, he took courses in drawing, painting and design, sculpture, and art history at the University of Wyoming. At the Iowa City Senior Center, he has taken drawing courses with Garth Conley and from 2014 has been part of a group led by Jim Ochs working on watercolor, pen & ink, and pastel art.
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Gallery Walk | The ArtiFactory
October 8, 2021 @ 5:00 pm – 8:00 pm
The ArtiFactory is going to be on the Iowa City Downtown Association Gallery Walk on October 8th in the lower level of the Wesley House at 120 N. Dubuque St., Iowa City, IA. There will be exhibits by the following artists.
Jonathan McHugh is an artist whose work includes portraiture, landscapes, and semi-abstract conceptual paintings. His paintings rely on a technical and traditional foundation while introducing different degrees of abstraction to explore subjective experiences and consciousness.
Area Plein Air Artists will display a collection of recent works. En plein air is a French expression meaning “in the open air”, and refers to the act of painting outdoors with the artist’s subject in full view. The artist leaves the studio behind when painting in plein air to capture the spirit of the landscape.
Thursday Night Drawing Group artists draw the figure. Life drawing is a captivating and challenging practice to hone the artist’s skills and capture reality in their art. The drawing group artists will share their artwork created in the Phil Dorothy Drawing Studio.
The Flag Project photos were taken in the days and weeks following Sept. 11, 2001 by current Iowa City residents Sharon Beckman, a Creative Director who was living and working in midtown Manhattan, and Ron Pile, a United Airlines pilot who was flying on 9/11.
Due to safety concerns, ArtiFactory may limit the number inside. Masks are required inside. You are welcome to arrive anytime during the viewing hours. If the gallery is at capacity, please wait outside until space becomes available.
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